Hi doctor i have a simillar situation i had sex with a lady with a condom she was not meant to be on her period but when i withdrawed my penis there was some blood on the condom i dont know if this was due to her iud she has in place i do not know her hiv status, i checked the condom after words and the sperm was still in the condom at the tip so im pritty sure it did not break, however she did perform unprotected oral on me for a min or so but she didnt go deep she just had my head in her mouth, also before i put my penis in her i did finger her whilst licking her clitoris for about 15 secs i know that is gross but i didnt know... After the whole incident i did notice sum dried blood on my finger nails there was no cuts i am so worried please help....
I just got freaked out with the blood thing i think, even if she was hiv positive would i have a chance of gettin hiv? Also would i know for sure if the condom was ripped or something? I did chk it but may be it had a tiny tear ir something that i couldnt see?
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